Today I was out with Mike, for the second time, He fishes haulover and does well there, but today he wanted to head south to find more of the mighty mutton snapper. With him was his cousin Jason and his friend Justin.They were ready and very prepared they caught about 100 fresh ballyhoo, the night before and I send them a picture of the muttons from the 28th trip and they did not sleep much that night. At 8 am i was boarding their boat at Matheson Hammock and off we went out fished somewhere outside Elliot. We got to the spot hit the numbers and the first bait goes down and then the second, we waited less than 3 minutes and Mikeís rod was bent with a bruiser, that took plenty of drag and was in the boat minutes after.Just as I put the fish in the boat Justin is bent over with another nice fish,Hi fives and This kept going every few minutes, boats would pass by and see us fighting fish and they where anchoring all around us, we had one on each side. The sharks showed up and took a few fish from us and we broke off , what i think were big cuberas, that bit thru the leader, half way up, as they where digging down. I did demonstrated how important presentation of your bait is to get them to bite and how hard it is to do that when you are fishing in moving seas, but it pays off to do it right.I gave a few tips to the neighboring anglers anchored next to us , on how to put their bait on the hook correctly and they did get a mutton in the three hours we were next to them. We missed a hand full of hits and lost another hand full of fish on the hook, but thatís a learning and adjustment process to perfect as you fish, more time. we did get 15 muttons plenty of fish. two anglers broke their record of the biggest mutton and mike was off by half a pound his fish weighed 17.5 lbs his biggest is still 18lbs, He will break that next time.I want to thank them for a great day on the water. For pics go to http://miamimuttonman.com/2013/06/mi.../#.UdhH6zu56Ag until i figure out how to post them here again with my new photobucket page.